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Your Organization Can Use Business Architecture to Work Across Silos

Posted October 14, 2020 in Business & Enterprise Architecture
Your Organization Can Use Business Architecture to Work Across Silos
An organization’s business architecture represents the entire scope of what the organization does and the ecosystem in which it operates — at a high level of detail. This makes business architecture uniquely qualified to facilitate collaboration across silos and break them down when appropriate — something that almost no other disciplines or techniques can do. This Advisor shares some examples of why business architecture is so valuable for working across silos.
About The Author
Whynde Kuehn
Whynde Kuehn is a Senior Consultant with Cutter Consortium’s Business & Enterprise Architecture practice and Managing Director of S2E Transformation Inc. She is also Partner at Business Architecture Associates and was selected as an Institute Fellow at the Institute for Digital Transformation. Ms. Kuehn is passionate about bridging the gap between strategy and execution. She is a long-time business architecture practitioner, educator, and … Read More
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